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Published date: April 3, 2022
  • Location: Boise, Idaho, United States

Description

STATE OF IDAHO

MILITARY DIVISION

Human Resource Office (HRO)

State Personnel Branch

4794 General Manning Avenue, Building 442

Boise, ID 83705-8112

Telephone: (208) 801-4273

STATE VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Registers established from this announcement may remain valid up to one year to fill vacancies within same classification.

ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER:
22-30-N

AREA OF CONSIDERATION:
Open to all applicants

POSITION TITLE:
Real Property Manager

PAY GRADE:
NGA-11

POSITION CONTROL NUMBER: 5842
CLASS CODE: 22748
SALARY: $31.08 to $40.41 Hourly ($64,649 to $84,049 annually)
FLSA CODE: Administrative Exempt

DUTY LOCATION:
Military Division, Idaho Army National Guard, Construction and Facilities Management Office (CFMO), Gowen Field, Boise, ID

TYPE OF POSITION:
Civilian Nonclassified

COMPATIBLE MILITARY FIELD:
Not Applicable

JOB TITLE: REAL PROPERTY MANAGER

POSITION CONTROL NUMBER: 5842*

CLASS CODE NUMBER: 22748

SALARY GRADE: NGA-11

INTRODUCTION: This position is assigned to the Construction and Facilities Management Office (CFMO), Planning and Programming Branch, Idaho Army National Guard (IDARNG), functioning within the State of Idaho – Military Division. The primary purpose of this position is to manage all technical and administrative functions relating to real property accountability, real estate transactions, real property assignments, and utilization and space management for all assigned/attached units located within the State of Idaho, including but not limited to the Boise Air Terminal (Gowen Field), Maneuver Area Training Equipment Site (MATES), Orchard Combat Training Center (OCTC), Operational Readiness Training Complex (ORTC), IDARNG Readiness Centers (Armories) statewide, and training areas permitted for use to the IDARNG. Incumbent serves as a technical advisor to the CFMO’s Planning and Programming Branch Chief and Construction and Facilities Management Officer (CFMO), and to the United States Property and Fiscal Officer (USPFO) for Real Property matters. Incumbent will also serve as the Master Planner backup as necessary and assigned.

Example of Duties

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Real Property Accountability. Under the direction of the Real Property Accountable Officer (RPAO; one in the same as the CFMO), responsible for all real property actions associated with buildings, structures, utilities, and land under the control of the IDARNG, regardless of ownership type. Establishes and manages a systematic program for the required inspections of all real property, conducting targeted annual surveys for 33 percent of all assets. Ensures that all buildings and structures are quantitatively surveyed and reconciled with the official Real Property Inventory (RPI) database. Reviews DA Forms 1354 for accuracy (e.g., correct category codes, units of measure, etc.), and checks the work of lower-grade personnel. Researches information and responds to ARNG, NGB, HQDA, MACOM, or IMCOM level inquiries regarding real property assets, databases, and ownership. Provides real property statistical data to other organizations for the installation, as required. Responds to requests for information regarding jurisdiction of installation real property. Ensures pertinent in-grant and out-grant real estate information is entered into real property systems. Reviews the performance of this task by lower-grade personnel employed or contracted by IMD. Reviews all in-grant and out-grant real estate documents in order to ensure properly updated automated and/or acreage, rent paid, rent received, term of use, etc., and disposal by sale, transfer or termination of leasehold interests. In general, ensures that real property accountability systems for the installation(s) served are up to date and that Army regulations (AR) are followed for changes in real property assets. Ensures that procedures relating to the transfer and acceptance of accountable real property are adhered to. Oversees the accomplishment of the GSA Executive Order Utilization Survey of Real Property in accordance with applicable Executive Orders, ARs and the federal property management regulations. Responsible for overall data entry into the Department of the Army’s financial data base of record, PRIDEWeb, for all real property assets and financial data. Assists with completion of the Installation Status Report (ISR) Part I Infrastructure reporting requirements by troubleshooting issues, elevating problem areas, and providing progress reports to the CFMO.

2. Real Estate Transactions. Initiates, coordinates staff efforts, and recommends approval of appropriate documentation for the acquisition of land interests to include leased space permits, rights of way, and rights of entry, leases and licenses from various sources, including county and state officials, Department of Transportation (DOT), utility companies, railroad companies, private individuals, corporations, and other government agencies. Pertaining to IDARNG real property actions and interests, engages on a routine basis with high-profile personalities and senior leaders at organizations including, but not limited to, Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Idaho Department of Lands (IDL), State Attorney General’s Office, Ada County Highway District (ACHD), IMD JAG, City of Boise/Airport, private landowners, and developers/ development corporations. Processes requests regarding additional real property interests (e.g., off-post training areas, off-site storage, and trailer site requests). Prepares justification for planned excess actions including demolition, transfer of ownership, sale, exchange, or act of God. Reviews a Report of Excess or DA Form 337 prepared by lower-grade personnel. Develops and recommends out-granting use special conditions for inclusion in reports of availability for lease, easement, permit, license and consent agreement in accordance with appropriate Executive Orders, laws, ARs and other applicable regulations (i.e., McKinney Act). Transactions cover properties ranging from wide areas of public domain lands, state owned lands, privately owned lands, residential areas, and industrial tracts. Prepares requests for land acquisition, or retrocession of legislative jurisdiction. Monitors real estate agreement expiration dates for renewal (e.g., out-grants, in-grants, permits, leases, licenses, etc.). Conducts periodic inspections of in-grants and out-grants. Ensures Record of Environmental Consideration (REC) packets are complete for land acquisition processing. Prepares short term licenses. Interprets real estate agreements and regulations to identify real property maintenance responsibilities for customers. Provides information in response to inquiries from the DA, MACOM, other federal, state, and local government agencies, and the general public. Identifies and proposes viable resolutions for encroachments upon installation controlled real property. Provides real property accountability and real estate support to designated geographical areas. Reviews real property holdings to determine underutilized facilities and/or land. Develops out-grant recommendations for command approval. Prepares Reports of Availability (ROA).

3. Supervisory Duties. Responsible for the overall management and direction of assigned personnel. Provides leadership and supervision. Plans work to be accomplished by subordinate employees. Sets priorities and prepares schedules for completion of work. Assigns work and monitors employees in the accomplishment of work assignments. Establishes job performance standards and appraises the performance of reporting subordinates. Provides advice, counsel, or instruction to individual employees on both technical and administrative matters. Reviews goals and objectives, discusses program compliance, and makes program adjustments as needed. Provides oversight for payroll, time worked, attendance, compliance, and approves scheduled leave requests. Coordinates program staffing needs, position descriptions, and personnel and position actions with the Planning & Programming Branch Chief, or the Human Resources Office, as appropriate. Reviews and considers personnel and position actions recommended by subordinate supervisors. Interviews candidates for positions in the office; makes recommendations for appointment, promotion, or reassignment. Hears and resolves complaints; refers more serious unresolved complaints to higher-level supervisors. Effects minor disciplinary measures such as warnings, verbal reprimands, and written counseling. Proposes disciplinary action in the more serious cases. Identifies developmental and training needs of employees and provides or makes provision for such development and training. Promotes a respectful workplace that complies with policies of the Adjutant General. Observes and ensures compliance with all applicable laws, rules, regulations, and policies and serves as a role model for the Whistleblower Protection Program, EEO, security and workplace safety practices, policies, and regulations at all times. Maintains a safe and drug/alcohol free workplace.

4. Master Planning. As a supervisory-grade professional in the Planning & Programming (P&P) section, a baseline proficiency in certain Master Planning functions will be expected. Cross-training in areas of knowledge, skills, and abilities relative to Military Construction (MILCON) and Sustainment, Restoration, & Modernization (SRM) project requirements is inherent to the work of all P&P employees. The Real Property Manager primarily assists with MILCON submissions in conjunction with the Master Planner. At times of high operational tempo, lean manning, or constrained funding, other general P&P functions may be required. During prolonged absence of a Master Planner, the Real Property Manager will provide continuity of effort on critical projects, programs, and functions. Any additional duties will be coordinated through direct supervisor and approved by the CFMO.

5. Performs other related duties and projects as necessary or assigned.

SUPERVISORY CONTROLS: Works under general supervision of the CFMO’s Planning and Programming Branch Chief who provides general instruction as to the overall desired objectives within this basic structure. Independently performs and manages duties associated with assigned area of responsibility. Supervisor sets the overall objective and identifies the resources available. Incumbent and supervisor, in consultation, develop the deadlines, projects and work to be accomplished. Reviews the assigned projects where complicated or unusual problems exist such as tribal interest in a project, strong community opposition to a project, need for extensive rehabilitation or repair of a real property asset, or condemnation and or demolition of a historic real property asset. Individually plans and carries out the assignment, resolves conflict that may arise, coordinates the work with others, and interprets policy on own initiative in terms of established objectives. Keeps Planning and Programming Branch Chief and NGB I & E Real Property informed of progress and potentially controversial matters where congressional inquiries might occur. Supervisor reviews the work for overall feasibility, compatibility, and effectiveness in meeting land use projects and/or program goals and requirements. Completed assignments are reviewed for adherence to the regional standards, clarity of presentation, and soundness of conclusions.

GUIDELINES: Guidelines are available in terms of National Guard Regulations, DA Pamphlets, Policy Letters and Department of the Army Regulations and Policies related to installation real property matters. Organizational precedent in terms of handling real property matters also exists. Guidelines and precedents typically are not completely applicable to the full range of real property management problems encountered. Incumbent must use judgment in deciding the guidelines and procedures that are relevant to the particular problem. Incumbent must determine the limited changes and adaptations in regulations and precedent that are needed in a particular real property situation. Analyzes results of adaptations and recommends further changes to guidelines.

PERSONAL CONTACTS: Contacts are with DA employees often outside the immediate organization, employees outside DA in federal, state and local government agencies, and the general public. People contacted are typically engaged in different functions, missions, and kinds of work and are making contact for a variety of purposes. Purpose of personal contacts is to plan, coordinate, or advise on real property management problems with groups or individuals who generally have similar interests, common goals and cooperative attitudes.

WORKING CONDITIONS / PHYSICAL EFFORT: Work environment involves the normal risks and discomforts typical of an office with computer equipment. Work places no special physical demands on employees. Work includes some walking, standing, bending, and carrying of light items such as paper and books. Work requires quarterly site visits to validate the real property inventory for the CFMO office. Employee works with a video display terminal.

FLSA Overtime Code: A (Administrative Exempt; straight time)

EEOC: C04 (Technical)

WCC: 9410

MARCH 2022

Minimum Qualifications

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

Mandatory Requirements (conditions of employment).

Must have and maintain a valid and unrestricted state issued (any state) driver’s license, and meet qualifications for a military driver’s license.

Must have, or be eligible to obtain, and maintain a favorable T3 (SECRET) Federal Background Investigation. If a selected candidate does not have a current favorable T3, as a condition of employment he/she must submit to the investigation process immediately upon hire/appointment. (At a minimum, a favorable suitability determination by the State Security Manager is required prior to appointment into this position.)

Must have the required education or months of specialized experience indicated below.

A Bachelor’s degree* or higher from an accredited college of university; OR
A minimum of 48-months of specialized experience (including at least 12 months in a supervisory role) managing real property actions for a governmental or quasi-governmental entity at the regional, state, or federal level.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs)
Applicants must have 36-months of specialized experience performing related duties as specified below.

In-depth knowledge of the Department of the Army regulations and policies related to installation real property actions.

Knowledge of a wide range of real estate principles, concepts, and practices. Understands the real estate market. Applies knowledge in situations involving a combination of complicating factors such as unusual and diverse uses; a wide range of acquisition methods; incomplete, inaccurate, or conflicting ownership information; difficult negotiations.

Mastery of the Army Regulations, Department of the Army Pamphlets and Policy letters related to real property matters.

Knowledge of a discipline related to real property management such as cost estimating, environmental programs, or master planning.

Knowledge of government real estate procedures.

Knowledge of the theory and principles of management and organization and the ability to apply this understanding in promoting efficiency, quality, and improved operational effectiveness in the area of real property.

Skill in preparing reports and letters, and applying such knowledge.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
a. Each person hired will be required to provide verification of eligibility to work in the United States and may be subject to a criminal background check.

b. Refer to the position description for the Mandatory Requirements for this position.

c. The State of Idaho, Military Division is an Equal Opportunity employer. Selection for this position will be made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including gender identity, sexual orientation, and pregnancy), genetic information, political affiliation, marital status, and disability or age (which does not interfere with job accomplishment or job eligibility based upon the position description Mandatory Requirements). Appropriate consideration shall be given to veterans in accordance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations.

PERSONNEL MANAGER CERTIFICATION: The title, series, grade, duties and responsibilities are complete and accurate as written and a current or projected vacancy exists as advertised.

Gloria A. Duncan

Supervisory Human Resource Specialist

Military Division – State Personnel Branch

The HRO State Personnel Branch will not forward incomplete application packets for consideration.

Supplemental Information

Applications are accepted online only. If you are unable to apply online, please contact the HRO office by phone 208-801-4273 or email hrobypass@imd.idaho.gov to discuss alternative options.

Thank you for your interest in employment with the Idaho Military Division.

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